Roofing repairs and the very high winds of 2012

First off a very happy and prosperous new year to all my clients. The year has started off very busy for me with the weather we are having and the high winds are keeping me very active replacing tiles and slates that have been damaged or misplaced.

High winds can move tiles or slates on your roof and you may not even notice there could be a problem until you see the water getting in from the rainfall that is going with this bad weather. Have your roof checked as soon as possible and your gutters cleaned from all the debris, leaves and roof moss that may block them. I offer a full service so give me a call and I will fit you in as soon as possible.

Rainwater gully re-line with Sealoflex at Wantage Oxfordshire

The gully was in tact and performing the weatherproofing functions it was designed for. It was however at a stage that maintenance was required and upgrades to the weatherproofing materials used. Sealoflex with fibres added was the chosen product and has a 10 year life, to extend its working protection it’s recommended that it’s re-applied 2 years prior to its expected retirement date.

The products I choose are selected for their durability and most importantly they do the job first time and give my clients long-term value for their money invested. Weatherproofing of roofs is most important on any property to stop the ingress of weather and start the rot that occurs in places that many never see until it’s too late.

As part of the on going maintenance plans I offer all the known areas of where the rot will start or weather protections start to fail are checked periodically and especially after hard cold and wet weather. Just contact me if you would like costings on inspections that could save you large expense and disruption before it happens.

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The rainwater gulley ready for planned maintenance upgrades